FACULTY OF LINGUISTICS, PHILOLOGY, AND PHONETICS

ALL COURSES

Lecture List for Trinity Term 2024

All lectures begin at 5 minutes past the hour and finish at 5 minutes to the next hour, except where stated.
Where weeks are not indicated, the lecture will run for all 8 weeks of term.

Access to lectures for non-members of the University

Non-members of the University who are not otherwise exempted[1] may not attend university lectures (unless they are detailed under ‘Special Lectures’ or announced as open to the general public), except by prior agreement of the department or faculty concerned. The department or faculty may charge a fee for attendance. The level of fee is a matter for departmental discretion. A lecturer may for personal reasons occasionally admit a person to his or her own lecture or lectures without a fee. The department or faculty may refuse the right of attendance to any person or category of person for whatever reason. They may at any time withdraw the right to attendance, and any lecturer may exclude a person from his or her lectures without reason given; in either case the department shall determine what proportion (if any) of any fee paid shall be refunded. Attendance at lectures given in any college building shall be subject to the right of the college concerned to refuse admission. The department should arrange to collect any fee before the lecture course commences. Please note that there is no central university process to pursue non-payment of fees in respect of lecture attendance.

[1] The following non-members are exempted, i.e, they may attend university lectures advertised in lecture lists: students whose names are entered on the Register of Diploma students, or the Register of Recognised Students, or the Register of Visiting Students; and, when space permits, non-members of the University who are university or college employees.

Key: TBA = To be arranged TBC = To be confirmed

 

Prelims

Subject Lecturer Time Place Room
3. Syntax
Prelims Syntax Revision Dr Diego Krivochen M. 3 (wk 6) The Taylor Institution Main Hall
Other
Beginners Romanian Prof Martin Maiden W. 2, 4 47 Wellington Square 2nd Floor Lecture Room S7
Intermediate Romanian Prof Martin Maiden W. 3 47 Wellington Square 2nd Floor Lecture Room S7
Psycholinguistics
Prelims Psycholinguistics Prof Matt Husband M. 2 (wks 1-4) The Taylor Institution Main Hall

 

FHS

Papers E1 and E2 (also known as IV and V) and Special Subjects (Paper XII): Details of the following Linguistics lectures on the structure and history of modern and medieval European languages (e.g. French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Slavonic, or Portuguese) may be found by consulting the MML Lecture List.

For other relevant courses in the Faculty of Oriental Studies please consult the Oriental Institute Lecture List.

Subject Lecturer Time Place Room
A General Linguistics
Foundational Issues Seminar Prof Colin Phillips T. 11-12.30 (wks 1,2,3,6,7,8) Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
B2 Syntax
FHS B2 Syntax Revision Prof Louise Mycock M. 4 (wk 1) 47 Wellington Square Basement Lecture Room 1
B3 Semantics & Pragmatics
FHS Semantics & Pragmatics revision class for Finalists Dr Daniel Altshuler W. 1.30-4 (wk 1) Jesus College Seminar Room A
B4 Psycholinguistics
B4 Psycholinguistics Revision Session Prof Matt Husband W. 2-3.30 (wk 2) Online Please contact lecturer to receive Teams invite
B4 Psycholinguistics Revision Session Prof Matt Husband M. 3.30-5 (wk 3) Online Please contact lecturer to receive Teams invite
E History/Structure Language
Italian Paper IV Dr Chiara Cappellaro T. 9 Online Contact Convenor for details
Other
Beginners Romanian Prof Martin Maiden W. 2, 4 47 Wellington Square 2nd Floor Lecture Room S7
Intermediate Romanian Prof Martin Maiden W. 3 47 Wellington Square 2nd Floor Lecture Room S7

 

Graduates

Subject Lecturer Time Place Room
Advanced Course
Topics in Minimalist Syntax Dr Víctor Acedo-Matellán & Dr Kerstin Hoge T. 9-10.30 (wks 1-4) 47 Wellington Square Ground Floor Lecture Room 2
B1 Phonetics & Phonology
PGT B (vii) Experimental Phonetics Dr Jose Elias-Ulloa W. 2-3.30 (wks 1,3,5,6,8) Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
B2 Syntax
Structure of Enggano Dr Charlotte Hemmings M. 12 (wks 1-4) Clarendon Institute Room 206
Syntax/Semantics Workshop Dr Danfeng Wu Th. 4-5.30 Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
Class
Coptic reading class Dr Victoria Fendel W. 2 Clarendon Institute Room 207
Foundation Course
Foundations Syntax - Revision Dr Diego Krivochen M. 2-4 (wk 5) Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
Mock Paper A: General Linguistics Prof Louise Mycock F. 12-7 (wk 0) Clarendon Institute Common Room
Graduate Seminars
Advanced Seminars in Phonetics (postponed from last term) Professor Elinor Payne T. 11-12.30 (wk 3) Clarendon Institute Room 207
General Linguistics Seminar Prof Daniel Altshuler, Prof Colin Phillips, and Prof Philomen Probert    M. 5-7 (wks 1-4) The Taylor Institution Room 2
Topics in Psycholinguistics Dr Kelsey Sasaki & Prof Daniel Altshuler W. 4.30-6 Jesus College Tower Meeting Room
Other
Beginners Romanian Prof Martin Maiden W. 2, 4 47 Wellington Square 2nd Floor Lecture Room S7
Graduate Brunch Cath Brislane F. 11-1 Clarendon Institute Common Room
Intermediate Romanian Prof Martin Maiden W. 3 47 Wellington Square 2nd Floor Lecture Room S7
Psycholinguistics Laboratory Prof Matt Husband F. 3.30-5 (wks 3,5,6,7,8) Clarendon Institute Room 206
Seminars
Decomposing Generics Prof Matt Husband T. 10.30-12 (wks 5-8) Clarendon Institute Room 206
Introduction to NLP and Text Wrangling Dr Isabelle Lorge M. 4 (wks 1-4) 47 Wellington Square 1st Floor Lecture Room 1
Language and Society Research Group Miriam Meyerhoff F. 11.30-1 (wk 3) Clarendon Institute Room 206
Prediction, Biases, and Sampling Algorithms in Sentence Comprehension Prof Matt Husband M. 10.30-12 (wks 1-3) Clarendon Institute Room 206
Workshops
Language Documentation Workshop Dr Charlotte Hemmings Th. 2-4 (wks 2-4) Clarendon Institute Room 206

 

Comparative Philology

Subject Lecturer Time Place Room
Class
Hittite Texts Dr Michele Bianconi M. 3-5 (wks 1,2,3,4,6) Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
Hittite Texts Dr Michele Bianconi W. 12 (wks 1-3) Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
Hittite Texts Dr Michele Bianconi W. 12 (wk 4) Clarendon Institute Room 207
Hittite Texts Dr Michele Bianconi M. 3-5 (wk 5) Clarendon Institute Room 207
Lectures
Advanced Topics in Indo-European Phonology Dr Tim Barnes Th. 2.15-4 (wks 5-8) Ioannou Centre Please ask on arrival
History of Latin Dr Michele Bianconi T. 5 Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
Indo-European, Greek and Latin: Morphology Prof Andreas Willi M. Th. 12 (wks 1-4) Examination Schools Please refer to Exam Schools schedule on arrival
Introduction to the history of Greek Prof Philomen Probert T. 9 Clarendon Institute Room 206
Seminars
Anatolian Seminar: Hattic Dr Michele Bianconi and Prof Philomen Probert W. 3-4.15 (wks 1-4) Clarendon Institute Room 207
Comparative Philology Graduate Seminar Prof Philomen Probert, Prof Andreas Willi, Dr Tim Barnes, Dr Michele Bianconi T. 2.15-4 (wks 2-8) Clarendon Institute Room 207
Historical Syntax Seminar Dr Krishnan Ram-Prasad W. 4.30-6 (wks 2,6,8) Clarendon Institute Lecture Theatre
Historical Syntax Seminar Dr Krishnan Ram-Prasad W. 4.30-6 (wk 4) Clarendon Institute Room 207